As the autumn equinox officially kicks off the season of golden leaves, woolly jumpers and, preferably, a huge plate of beef, D&D London launches Sunday roasts with bottomless red wine across four of its London restaurants.
The Red Roasts, in partnership with Bordeaux Wines, will be on offer at Butler’s Wharf Chop House, Paternoster Chop House, Skylon and New Street Grill throughout October, with bottomless Bordeaux for £15pp in addition to the cost of your roast.
Butler’s Wharf in Shad Thames and Paternoster Chop House near St Paul’s Cathedral will serve a variety of quality cuts alongside bottomless Bordeaux wine, including Waveney Valley pork belly, roast Aberdeen-cross sirloin and braised Welsh lamb shoulder, all served with the likes of pigs in blankets, cauliflower cheese, thyme-roasted vegetables, Yorkshire puddings and gravy.
South Bank favourite Skylon’s Red Roasts will offer up Hereford sirloin of beef with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables, accompanied by plenty of red, red wine and spectacular views over the Thames.
New Street Grill near Liverpool Street Station is a great spot for a catch up with friends, offering sharing platters such as a rack of Welsh lamb or roast free-range chicken for two (or a Suffolk pork belly and four rib of Hereford beef for groups of up to 10), as well as seasonal sides of creamed spinach, honey and thyme roasted carrots as well as seasonal greens with chorizo.
Butler’s Wharf Chop House, 36e Shad Thames SE1 2YE
Skylon, Royal Festival Hall SE1 8XX; 020 7654 7800
New Street Grill, 16 New St EC2M 4TR; 020 3503 0785
Paternoster Chop House, 1 Warwick Court, Paternoster Row EC4M 7DX; 020 7029 9400